Category Archives: Teen pulse

What do students say about prom proposals?

Prom, short for promenade, a semi-formal dance or gathering, is the the epitome of dances. Period. High school juniors and seniors anticipate prom as a night to remember forever.

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High school plays: Why theater still thrives in the hearts of students

Live theater is an experience and can form real connections with people, unlike TV and movies.

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Central York students share thoughts on North Korea

Teens weigh in on North Korea.

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What are your thoughts on standardized tests?

What do teens think about standardized testing.

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Gay rights issue: What do York County teens say?

Local teens weigh in on the gay rights issue.

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Susquehannock High School students embrace diversity

Susquehannock High School students volunteered for a day to help fight for diversity.

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Should relationships be revealed on Facebook?

By ANNIE KURZ, William Penn High School How do you feel about couples revealing their relationship status via Facebook? I feel that if a couple reveals their relationship status via Facebook, they are taking a risk. This is because when … Continue reading

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2012: Is the end of the world near?

By MELISSA FUTRELL, Susquehannock High School In 2012, it is foretold that the world is going to end. To what extent do you believe this and why do you think this way? If you believe the end of the world … Continue reading

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Borders closes final chapter

By USHA BAUBLITZ, Susquehannock High School As many might already know, Borders bookstores in York County and around the world have been liquidated and closed, leaving many bookworms heartbroken and anguished. And despite assumptions of the adolescent distaste for reading, … Continue reading

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Teens chose which VIPs, living, dead or fictional, they’d invite to dinner

Who would you want to eat dinner with?

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